With Smart Phone, you dont have to worry about changing your preferences at any time. Just set up profiles for the locations you spend much time at. For example home, work, school, park, etc… You can easily extend the battery life by by configuring a ‘low battery’ profile where you deactivate everything or by making a “Night mode” profile which turns off Wi-Fi, mobile data and dims the screen while you're asleep. You see, Smart Phone is useful in many situations.
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* Widget for manual activation
* Screen-turn-on-bug fixed
* Performance improvments and bug fixes in the location condition
* Plugin: Announcify (Android Market)
* New condition: Wifi network
* Improved plugin system
* Plugins are now available in the Lite version too
* New condition: Weekday
* 3 profiles for the Lite version
* Ads in the Lite version
* Available for devices without telephony
* now you can access all 7 settings in the Lite version
* Location bug fixed in 2.2 and 2.1
* first release!
* 4 conditions
* 7 settings
* plugin support
Smart Phone isnīt just a background service that constantly checks if the conditions apply. Nearly all conditions are handled by features of Android. Smart Phone is using these features, so they don’t need to run in the background and won’t drain your battery.
the only reason it's more user-friendly is because it offers a lot less features and can thus arrange the few features it has in a more clearly arranged way.
come back when you support the features Tasker does, then we'll talk
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30 Aug 2014
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